Did you know that France is the most nuclear-dependent country in the world? These protesters are trying to change that statistic in their demonstration against nuclear energy in Paris’s Place de la Bastille.
Georges Laraque, one of the most renowned hockey players in the NHL, tells us about an innovative project: vertical farming, whose technology will limit the use of natural resources needed to grow plants.
Say you’re writing a poem in French, and you need to know how to compare your love to a beautiful sunny summer day. Unsure of the vocab? Listen to this weather report from local station Alsace 20 (covering the Alsace region of France) to pick up some useful weather lingo.
In order to find out more about the common quail, this team of technicians is capturing some male members of the species to track the birds’ migratory patterns, reproduction rate, and total population.
Alice is fighting for a great cause: animal abandonment. She rescued her dog, Gadoue, named after the muddy terrain where he was found, through “Réflexe Adoption,” an organization dedicated to animal welfare.
In the first episode of this new cartoon series, “Once Upon a Time… Planet Earth,” deforestation issues are addressed from outer space… Just grow a few trees in a spaceship and plant them on land later!
In part seven of this episode on the ecosystems, the young students are on a field trip (a marsh trip to be exact), where they witness firsthand the destruction of this precious ecosystem. But this is not a new phenomenon: once upon a time in Polynesia…
In the final part of this Il était une fois… episode on the ecosystems, the Maestro explains what happened to the people and the famous statues of Easter Island. It’s a lesson we’d do well to learn from.